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What Experts Can Help Me with My Custody Case, or Divorce?

Are you in the middle of an Orlando, Florida custody case, or custody issue in an Orlando, Florida divorce case? Are you concerned that the other parent has issues that the court should address? What can you do? You can motion the court to retain an ...

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Do Not Orally Record Your Spouse During Your Divorce

Do Not Orally Record Your Spouse During Your Divorce. This applies to Orlando, Florida paternity actions, and Orlando, Florida custody actions too. You may think you are clever, by orally recording your spouse during an Orlando Divorce. You may think...

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What are the Rights of a Legal Father and Biological Father in an Orlando, Florida Paternity Case?

Under Florida law if a child is born to an intact marriage, the man the child’s mother is married to is the Legal Father. The Legal Father is the man married to the Child’s Mother at the time the Child is born. He is the one with all the ...

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Prevent Your Spouse From Dissipating Assets During Your Divorce

What can you do to prevent your spouse from dissipating your assets in an Orlando, Florida Divorce? Are you concerned your spouse is dissipating your assets? Has your spouse moved assets from your accounts to someone else’s account? Has your sp...

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Preparing Yourself Financially for an Orlando, Florida Divorce

Going through a divorce is a major life changing event. It can bring you emotional and financial stress. This may be a very difficult time in your life. A financial adviser may help reduce the financial burden that you are enduring. The financial adv...

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Preparing Your Case for Mediation in Orlando, Florida

How do you prepare your case for mediation in the Orlando, Florida area? You need to make sure that you and your spouse have completed the appropriate financial affidavit in your case. If you make less than fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00), then y...

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